Russian Navodchik-2 UAVs flew 20,000 km and 300 flight hours during winter training period 0305154

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Russian Navodchik-2 UAVs flew 20,000 km and 300 flight hours during winter training period.
Advanced UAV systems Navodchik-2 from the Russian military base in Armenia flew over 20,000 km (70-80 km for each) and 300 flight hours during the winter training period. Drones are used for aerial reconnaissance and jamming.
     
Advanced UAV systems Navodchik-2 from the Russian military base in Armenia flew over 20,000 km (70-80 km for each) and 300 flight hours during the winter training period. Drones are used for aerial reconnaissance and jamming. Russian troops uses Navodchik-2 UAVs for aerial reconnaissance.
     
They can carry out combat missions at any time due to their photo equipment, infrared and video modules that can be used to detect even a well-disguised enemy. The maximum speed of the aircraft is about 120 kilometres per hour, with the maximum altitude is up to 3,000 metres.

In the conditions of rarefied air at the altitudes of 1,500 to 2,200 metres above sea level within the radio line of sight there have been held exercises which included launching, flight control and data acquisition using the UAV equipment.

The unmanned aerial vehicles were used during reconnaissance, tactical and command-and-staff exercises convoying columns of automobile and armored vehicles and combat artillery firings at the ranges of Kamkhud and Alagyaz.

The main difficulty for the operators constituted bad weather conditions, strong winds and turbulence.

Now the servicemen of UAV units perform maintenance procedures to prepare the equipment for the summer period.
 

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